2009 Renault Twizy Z.E. Concept

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(from Renault Press Release)  RENAULT TO PRODUCE ELECTRIC VEHICLE BASED ON TWIZY Z.E. CONCEPT IN VALLADOLID, SPAIN

Renault, which already produces Mégane Hatchback, Mégane Estate, Modus and Grand Modus
exclusively in Spain, has chosen to manufacture the future electric vehicle (EV) based on Twizy Z.E. Concept at Valladolid, 150 km north west of Madrid. Compact, nimble and practical, the future zero emission EV will fully meet all sustainable urban mobility needs.

Valladolid was selected for its expertise and performance in compact car production. It currently produces Modus and Grand Modus and a share of New Clio output. The Group also chose to produce its future EV in Spain as close as possible to the sales market, namely Western Europe, in order to simplify logistics.

Production will start in 2011.

After France, with the announcement of the production of the future city car based on Zoé Z.E. Concept, it is now the turn of Renault’s Spanish production base to prepare for the industrialization of a zeroemission model.

Renault also announced last month that Valladolid would be allocated production of a thermal engine in 2012 and a fuel-combustion vehicle in 2013.

Fully aware of the issues involved in sustainable mobility, Renault has decided to mass market a
complete range of affordable zero-emission electric vehicles starting in 2011.